| Commentary

20.3 Majority decisions without calling a directors’ meeting

| Commentary

20.3 Majority decisions without calling a directors’ meeting

The general rule under the model articles for private companies is that directors may only take a majority decision at a directors’ meeting. If the parties setting up a company consider these rules to be too restrictive, it is of course open to them to insert a special article with more flexible provisions1.

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